It’s SKI Season and we will be #GettingLost in Lake Tahoe in a couple weeks.
Our Founder & Co-Founder couldn’t be any different when it comes to their definition of what going skiing means.
Quincy can’t wait to hit the slopes & enjoy some outdoor activities. Ty, on the other hand can’t wait to find the biggest fireplace she can find and sip on hot chocolates, wine, and whatever the houses best cocktails are. Oh and a stop at the Spa is not out of the equation.
We can’t wait to share some of our Tahoe photos, hotel reviews, things to do, and a sneak peak at our GLV Traveller gear. It is winter so we have some comfortable & sophisticated items to keep you warm this winter.
Tag us in your winter getaway photos and tell us what’s your favorite thing to do during your winter trips? Are you #TeamQ or #TeamTy?
Meanwhile if you’re headed on a ski trip check out these airlines policies regarding ski equipment and snowboards:
Similar to other airlines, American allows travelers to fly with one pair of skis or one snowboard and one equipment bag. Passengers can travel with one pair of skis with poles or a snowboard; one pair of ski or snowboard boots/bindings; or one helmet or life preserver. If the content of a bag weighs more than 50 pounds, travelers will be charged the standard checked bag fee.
Travelers can check ski and snowboard equipment on Delta flights as checked baggage. Delta accepts one ski/pole bag or one snowboard bag and boot bag per person. It is important to keep in mind that the combined weight of both items may not exceed the standard baggage allowance of 50 pounds.
There is no additional charge for ski and snowboard equipment on JetBlue. One item of equipment counts as a checked bag and travelers can bring either one pair of skis, one pair of ski boots and one pair of ski poles or one snowboard and one pair of snowboard boots. Skis and snowboards aboard JetBlue are exempt from the standard size requirement of 62 inches but should still follow other weight and equipment guidelines. Equipment must also be checked-in at the ticket counter and loaded in a sturdy container. JetBlue does not accept ski or snowboard equipment on flights traveling to or from the Dominican Republic.
Passengers flying Southwest can check in sports equipment including skis, snowboards, ski boots and ski poles in substitution of one of their free checked bag allowances per flight. When substituting ski equipment for a free bag, Southwest allows up to two bags (containing one set of snow skis, ski poles and ski boots) to count as one item, even if they are packed and tagged separately. The equipment must also be encased in a container that is approved and acceptable by the airline.
United allows each customer to travel with one item of ski or snowboard equipment as checked baggage so long as the equipment is secure in a suitable container. Acceptable items include: water skis, up to two snowboards in one bag and one snow boot bag, up to two pairs of snow skis and equipment in one bag and another ski boot bag.
Disclaimer: Always check with the airline directly before flying with your equipment to be absolutely sure that you are following their rules.